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Poster: reviewr Date: May 11, 2011 11:36am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: touch heads

I saw several GD shows between '82 and '85, and several more between '90 and '93. My experience is that tickets were easier to come by in the '80's, even some available at the box office the day of the show (Alpine Valley). Also, in the earlier years the crowd was more attentive to the music and more respectful of each other. There seemed to be more of a communal feel. In the '90's there seemed to be a group of people who felt buying a ticket to a GD show allowed them to loose all self control. Also, a group of people that seemed to like to just have a look around. Like they went home and said "hey, guess what crazy thing I did last night".

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